Basically what the title says. I want to know if I can stream when Im doing my work? Im a small streamer but sometimes I dont get my reviews done because of it so I thought to myself “self it would be great if I could start my stream doing my reviews sometimes” . So here I am asking mainly because I dont want to break any rules.
Best shoot them an email at email@example.com and ask. They are very nice and welcoming.
If you’re asking for an official answer then it’s probably better to send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I don’t see why they would be against it though, it’s publicity for them.
Thank you both for your replies
Kinda related? I’m only here because I watched Justin Searls do a ton of reviews. So, as a free marketing thing, it worked.
That’s actually interesting to watch. The fact that he does it without scripts is a plus
You’d also want to make sure it fits under the terms of service of whatever streaming service you use. For example, Twitch explicitly does not allow language learning.
thank you for this Wanikani has no problem but II just contacted twitch and waiting for a reply.
It only doesn’t allow it under Creative, since that’s for art. You should be able to do it under IRL or something.
IRL requires a high level of direct interaction with viewers. I suppose if it became a group tutoring session or QA, it could conceivably fit under the guidelines, but it would be skirting the edge.
I’ve seen some communities that are for language learning, but I’m not sure which category you’d do it under. I’d be curious to see what Twitch says if they reply.
I did some quick Googling around, to see what other people are saying about language learning streams on Twitch, and the only place I see people mentioning streaming through is IRL on Twitch. That might be the best spot for it right now.
At the very least, there are other places to stream from, like YT, if Twitch says no.
Thanks still waiting for a reply.
Did you ever get your reply?
well you’re not teaching, the interaction requirement would be odd
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